These US Destinations Will Pay Remote Workers to Move There

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    If you're thinking of moving and want some financial incentives to help you get settled, these are the destinations you can choose from

    With a generous period of remote work adjustment now under its belt and the future of traditional office space still up in the air, it's not surprising that some Americans are considering a more permanent change in the landscape. Just last year, destinations ranging from Iceland to the United Arab Emirates launched long-term visa programs that call remote workers behind their back - an attractive option for those who can grab a laptop and leave. Now, Americans looking for a new home without leaving the country can choose from a number of American cities and towns that are offering invitations and improving the deal with money and cash.

    Tulsa, Oklahoma

    Oklahoma's second-largest city launched its Tulsa Remote program in late 2018, with the intention of recruiting more residents interested in taking advantage of its thriving arts scene and access to nearby outdoor adventures. Those accepted into the program will receive $10,000 to cover relocation costs, membership in the 36 Degrees North co-working space in downtown Tulsa, assistance finding housing, and invitations to local community events to meet new friends from Oklahoma. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older, qualified to work in the US, and provide proof of employment in a profession that allows telecommuting. Current Oklahoma residents are not eligible.

    Topeka, Kansas

    In 2020, Topeka, Kansas established the Choose Topeka Relocation Initiative, a program to grow the city and the surrounding community. Initially launched to attract Americans seeking work in Topeka, the initiative now welcomes those who are already employed in a remote position and wish to establish their headquarters in the Golden City. Those accepted into the program receive $10,000 if they purchase a home in Topeka or Shawnee County, and up to $5,000 if they sign a one-year lease on an apartment or home, with the total incentive amount scaled based on their annual salary. Finally, Jimmy John's sandwich chain will add a $1,000 bonus to applicants who move to one of its three Topeka delivery zones. Eligible applicants must be employed by a business outside of Shawnee County, and only one relocation incentive per residence will be awarded.

    Natchez, Mississippi

    This historic city on the Mississippi River is inviting remote workers from across the country to make it their new home through its recently launched Shift South program. To qualify for the program, applicants must work remotely full-time and be hired by a U.S. business outside of Natchez, purchase a home in Natchez or Adams County for $150,000 or more, and establish it as their primary residence for at least one year. Accepted applicants will receive $2,500 in moving expenses plus $300 per month for the first year.

    Savannah, Georgia

    If you work in the tech industry and are looking to move to this charming southern city, you're in luck - Savannah's Tech Workforce Incentive offers up to $2,000 in reimbursement for remote worker tech workers with at least three years of experience. the professional experience that I want to move to Savannah. Accepted applicants will need to sign a lease for at least one year or purchase property in Savannah or neighboring Chatham County. Applicants who have lived in Savannah for 30 days or more prior to applying are not eligible.

    Morgantown, Shepherdstown and Lewisburg, West Virginia

    Do you dream of mountains? West Virginia recently launched its Ascend WV relocation program, offering $12,000 in cash incentives to remote workers who want to live in Mountain State. The first $10,000 is paid in monthly installments during the first year of residency, with an additional $2,000 released after completing the second year in Appalachian paradise. Along with the cash welcome, the state offers a year of free outdoor recreation and equipment rentals for you, your friends, and your family, free access to co-working space, invitations to exclusive events, and social programming, including a trip. free welcome and the ability to earn remote work certifications through West Virginia University. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older and work full time for a business located outside of West Virginia. Enrollment for the Morgantown residency is now open, with separate enrollment for the cities of Shepherdstown and Lewisburg in 2022.

    Northwest Arkansas

    The recently announced Life Works Here initiative is attracting remote workers to establish their locations in Northwest Arkansas, offering a $10,000 incentive. Those interested in moving to charming cities in Benton and Washington counties will also receive a new street or mountain bike to help them explore the region's 162 km of paved trails and 322 km of mountain bike trails. Art lovers who prefer a day in the museums to a day on the bike can opt for the annual partnership with one of the local cultural institutions in the region. Qualified applicants must currently live outside of Arkansas, be 24 years of age or older, and be qualified to live and work in the United States.


    The Shoals region of Alabama, home to the legendary Muscle Shoals Sound Studio and the thriving college town of Florence, launched its Remote Shoals program in 2020. The program provides $10,000 in cash for the first year of residency for Americans who agree to move to the region. within six months of acceptance and establish yourself there as a teleworker. Accepted applicants will receive 25% of the incentive to cover moving expenses, 25% after six months of residency, and the remaining 50% after one year at Shoals. Qualified applicants must be 18 years of age or older, have an annual income of at least $52,000 per year, work full-time as a remote or self-employed worker, and be eligible to live and work in the US.

    We hope you enjoy watching this video about cities that are paying remote workers to move there

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